The Legacy One is an industrial inspection aircraft intended for internal confined space and GPS-denied environments. The vehicle is equipped with a 360° scanning LIDAR, which enables flights near objects without the fear of colliding with them. Our vehicle was also built to incorporate a high-resolution camera that can pitch 180° vertically, allowing an unobstructed view floor to ceiling. The onboard lighting equipment helps capture valuable information in elevated areas not easily accessible by humans. During post processing, inspectors now have the capability to measure crack distance or defect surface area with our new proprietary photo measurement software. The Legacy One is a next generation multirotor with the power to save lives, time, and money.


Can you fly from outside the confined space environment?

Currently, we recommend the pilot fly from inside the confined space environment as the vehicle is still operated manually, but only autonomously assisted.

Does the vehicle have GPS or compass?

The Legacy One does not utilize a GPS or compass for navigation. It relies solely on its onboard sensors to remove the risk of GPS signal loss or magnetic interference, making it ideal for internal applications where traditional products struggle.

Can the Legacy One fly outside as well?

The onboard software and hardware has been built specifically around the needs of indoor and confined space operations, meaning it is less effective outdoors due to its non-standard modifications. Even though Interactive Aerial recommends only flying inside, the advanced payload and collision avoidance capabilities of the Legacy One will bridge both environments for exterior applications in the future.

Does the vehicle have additional payloads?

Currently, the vehicle comes standard with a visual camera only for data transmission and collection. Additional payloads are being considered for development, and custom sensor integration requests are not uncommon.

Is the vehicle intrinsically safe?

The Legacy One is not intrinsically safe. Current drone design makes this certification very difficult to achieve. To make this practical, it would require changing many different aspects of an unmanned aircraft, making it unrealistic at this time.


Is my collected data secure?

Yes, the photos and videos collected by the Legacy One are strictly stored locally on the payload. Interactive Aerial does not have the ability to retrieve the data collected by the camera during use.


What is included in the purchase of a Legacy One?

With the purchase of the Legacy One a company would receive: the aircraft, a transmitter with HD video screen, two batteries & charger, a transportation case, the computer software suite for extracting photo measurements, and spare hardware components.

What is the price of the Legacy One?

Please submit a contact form on this page to receive your personalized quote for the Legacy One.

What is included on the Service Plan?

The Service Plan, included free for one year after purchase, includes many benefits such as: two complimentary seats in our flight training program, replacement parts up to $1,000 in value for worn or damaged components, and the ability to upgrade software and hardware for extended functionality of this industrial tool.

Legacy One was made & assembled in the United States of America

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